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"There is no passion to be found in playing small, in settling for a life that is less than what you are capable of living."    Nelson Mandela

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The Second 10 Commandments

Here are ten health commandments that have survived the test of time.

Thou Shalt:

1.    Exercise Thy Body


There is no need to climb mountains as Moses did, but if don't use it, you'll lose it.

A famous physician once wrote, "If exercise came in a bottle, it would be the most widely prescribed medicine of all.

2.    Exercise Thy Mind

A sound mind in a sound body...

Again, if you don't use it, you'll lose it. Read. Write. Go back to school. Exchange ideas. Be creative. Be reflective. Learn something new every day. Share what you learn with others.

3.    Exercise Thy Spirit

Read inspirational and/or scriptural works. Don't be afraid to be open and loving. Give - and allow others to give to you.

Be sure there's balance in your life: 1) time alone, 2) time with one other person, and 3) time with two or more other people (group activities).

4.    Exercise Thy Willpower

Examine your habits - the ones you want to develop, and the ones you want to change. Then, set goals and make those changes.

5.    Have a Happy Heart

Laugh. Live. Create. Share surprises. Help others find joy and purpose in their lives.

6.    Play

Schedule time for pure play, and find ways throughout your day to have fun.

7.    Eat, Drink and Be Merry - Sensibly

Don't eat or drink or do anything else to excess. Don't smoke cigarettes or use harmful drugs. Don't take stupid chances.

8.    Give Up Guilt, Regret, and Depression

Let go of the past, and move on! Decide what's wrong (not who's wrong), and take action.

9.    Fear Not the Future

The best thing about the future is that it comes only one day at a time.

The future's not totally in your control, but if you take care of today, most of the future will take care of itself.

10.    Live Now

Learn from the past, plan for the future, and live in the present.

Love others (and yourself) appropriately - now. Look for leaders (living, dead, or imagined) who are worthy of admiration and imitate their good qualities.

Pursue and persevere healthy relationships; you become like those you are with.

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Quotes on Goals

"If your cup runneth over, expand your cup"

"Big goals get big results. No goals get no results." 

"Goals are for a lifetime. They are voluntary, yet mandatory assignment."

"It's not that people want too much, it's that they want too little."

"When you know clearly what you want, you'll wake up every morning excited about life."
"What you believe is what you achieve."

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Dr. Maloof Online, 2010

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